The first step is understanding. These four values are:
•Change for the better, daily improvement.
•Creating vision and aligning goals.
Self-development. The first stage of great leadership is self-development, the key trait that distinguishes potential leaders from everyone else is self-development. Leaders actively seek to improve themselves and their skills through mentoring, books, study, self reflection and feedback from managers and piers alike.
Developing others. The second stage of leadership mastery is taking on the task of developing others. I have often said that the best way to learn something is to teach it. All leaders must actively engage in coaching and developing not just star performers or favourites, but everyone on their staff. The best measure of a leader is what is accomplished by those they trained. Use partnering for performance strategy for best results.http://www.whamond.net/4/post/2011/12/leadership-develops-daily-not-in-a-day.html
Change for the better. Always look for improvement. Challenge the status quo, and encourage new idea's. You must work to be able to handle daily small changes without loosing focus on the overall objectives. If change is a part of your being, then small blips on the radar won't upset the whole process, this will be the norm. Leaders must enable, encourage and be coaching for changes for the better.
Creating Vision and Aligning Goals. Ensure that the right big-picture goals are accomplished. The vision of Goals must remain the focus when working on point three, yes change is encouraged, but only to achieve the overall objective, the goals. Align your daily efforts to achieve the goals of the organisation.